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inboard/outboard

One of the weirdest things that people do,  mostly  to 1970’s or so production sailboats, is to (rather than fix or replace a broken inboard), they hang an outboard off the transom. 

Most of these boats are clearly not well maintained, often a live – aboard sitch, and most are often found in “alternative” moorings. So while perusing Ericson 35-2 ads, we came across a perfect example…

Beautifully restored 1974 Ericson Aailboat. 35 feet, new interior including hot water heater, fixtures, head, floors and reupholstered ceiling and couches— ready to very comfortably live aboard! Includes 3 job sails and main sail all in good working condition. Main sail cover needs to be patched and boat needs an outboard motor but ready to go! Price dropped to reflect need of new outboard motor. Buy it here.